Tuesday, 5 January 2016

SOUND SYSTEM OUTERNATIONAL : Sonic Entanglements: Jamaica, Europe and Brazil

Tetine discuss the sound politics Funk Carioca at SOUND SYSTEM OUTERNATIONAL: Sonic Entanglements: Jamaica, Europe and Brazil - an all-day programme/symposium on Sound System Culture, taking place at Goldsmiths University - check out the incredible line up and do COME!! 

SOUND SYSTEM OUTERNATIONAL: Sonic Entanglements: Jamaica, Europe and Brazil 

Originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, the vibes of sound system culture resonate nowadays on an international scale, scattered across a diasporic network of hand-crafted technologies and radical sonic practices. The symposium aims to contribute to the understanding of sound system as global cultural phenomenon, with researchers, journalists, soundmen and sound women from Brazil, Italy and across the UK. The day will focus on historical and social features, performance techniques, the distinctive technological apparatus and the different music styles that make the global sound system culture.

Speakers including (in alphabetical order)

Afrikan Simba
- Ayamba Records
Everald Campbell
- son of Count Suckle
Brian D'Aquino
- Universita' L'Orientale - Italy
Nadine Dogliani
- Echotronix Sound System – Italy
Julian Henriques
- author, 'Sonic Bodies'
David Katz
- author, 'Solid Foundation'
John Masouri
- Author / Echoes Magazine
Michael Mcmillan
- curator, 'Rockers, Soulheads and Lovers' exhibition
Eliete Mejorado
- Tetine / Slum Dunk Radio - Brazil
Pax Nindi
- Global Carnival Centre
Valerie Robnson
- V-Rocket Sound System
Mandeep Samra
- Sound System Culture Project
Bruno Verner
- Tetine / Slum Dunk Radio - Brazil
Leonardo Vidigal
- UFMG University – Brazil
Young Warrior
- Son of Jah Shaka
Soft Wax
- Deptford Dub Club

When: Jan 16th - 11am to 7pm + after party
Where: Goldsmiths, University of London - St. James Hatcham Buliding (the Church) Lewisham Way,London SE14 6NW
presented by Goldsmiths, University of London, Topology Research Unit, in association with Echoes Music Magazine and Sound System Culture.

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